Thank you to everyone who contributed to our Fall 2018 Meeting on Hoof Health for the Dairy Practitioner. Dr. Doug Prante, Dr. Nigel Cook and Dr. Gerard Cramer gave excellent presentations about on-farm hoof health evaluation, and our graduate student presentation given by Casey Jacobs was a good update on Digital Dermatitis. Thank you to our sponsors Merck, Boehringer Ingelheim, Zoetis, and MWI. Please check back in for updates on the Spring 2019 Meeting!
From left to right: Past-President Jenny Brinson, Secretary Sarah Giebel, 3rd year student Zane Gouker (Colorado State University), Treasurer Kevin Gavin, President Michelle Schack.
Congratulations to our student member Zane Gouker, who attended the Fall 2018 Meeting and was awarded the BI ADVC Student Travel Stipend for his demonstrated interest in dairy production medicine.
Please join us for the Academy of Dairy Veterinary Consultants’ Fall Meeting! The meeting is Friday October 5 (networking dinner) and Saturday October 6 (all day meeting) in Campbell, California at the DoubleTree by Hilton Campbell – Pruneyard Plaza. The hotel is about 6 miles from the San Jose airport. The meeting topic is Hoof Health Management for the Dairy Practitioner. We are pleased to welcome our speakers, Dr. Gerard Cramer, Dr. Nigel Cook, and Dr. Douglas Prante. Please see the Meeting Registration tab on the website to register and pay your meeting registration fees. Contact ADVC with any questions.
Upcoming ADVC Fall 2018 Meeting
The next Academy of Dairy Veterinary Consultants meeting will be in Campbell (San Jose), CA on October 5, 2018 (networking dinner) & October 6, 2018 (all day meeting). The topic is “Hoof Health Management for the Dairy Practitioner.” Please see the “Upcoming Meetings” tab for more information. Registration will open soon! Please feel free to contact ADVC with any questions.
From left to right: Alexis Hytry (Iowa State University), Nate Bos (University of Minnesota), Kristen Davenport (Colorado State University), Kevin Gavin (Washington State University)
Congratulations to our 4 students who attended the Spring 2018 Meeting and were awarded the BI ADVC Student Travel Stipend for their demonstrated interest in dairy production medicine!